Gear Review: Huk Next Level Kryptek All Weather Jacket and Bib

What is it?

Huk Next Level Kryptek All Weather Jacket and Bib

What sets it apart?

Both jacket and bibs are 100 percent wind and waterproof, which will keep you comfortable even when Mother Nature decides to turn ugly. Both have a lightweight stretch three-layer, Waterproof 10,000 mm and Breathable 5000 g shell. This pretty much keeps all of the moisture out while maintaining superb breatheability. The jacket features taped seams, waterproof zippers from the front zip, pockets and heat dumping pit zips. A removable three-piece articulated hood, with a shaped bill and draw cords at the front and rear to dial in the fit. The cuffs have a hinged lock down closure to keep the water out and the collar uses a venting system to keep your glasses from fogging.

The bibs also feature taped seams and weld on the zippers to keep from leaking. They are enhanced with a reflective tape welded waterproof chest pocket, dual front thigh bellowed cargo pockets and zip fly. Huk has reinforced the articulated knees for exceptional durability. The Velcro side tabs attached to a rear belt system and boot hem zippers to help customize a comfortable fit. Elastic shoulder straps also optimize comfort, which is absolutely essential to lasting all day long in rough conditions. 

How do I use it?

You don't get owned by uncomfortable weather conditions. Huk has provided a very comfotable, lightweight and durable all-weather garment that is sure to keep you on the water longer, which only means more fishing time and more fish in the boat. The main features the company implemented are sure to make every weather condition you might be faced with much easier to handle. It's just that easy.

How much?

Jacket: $349.99, Bib: $349.99

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Angler’s insight:

Huk has been pushing the envelope on their outer wear for a while now, and I think a new standard is emerging. That is especially the case with the Next Level Kryptek All Weather gear, they are comfotable and durable, which are two huge components when looking into the right outer layers. Huk has you covered.